Re: debian meta-help?
IMO, if you try dwww, you are gonna live without it anymore.
David Pfitzner <email@example.com> writes:
> (I don't have dwww since I don't have any other need for
> a local web server,
I've heard 'boa' is a ligth web server that can be sufficient for you. I have
also heard that lynx does not need a web-server to be the interface of dwww.
> and setting one up just for dwww seemed like
> overkill - especially since dwww just(?) provides alternative
> access to docs I already know how to get to.)
Even for just reading manpages, it is better since you can follow crossed
references inside the manpage. You also get a more complete info on a topic
you are looking for. Just an example, if I search info on mount I get
Documentation related to mount
Manual pages: nfs(5) fstab(5) swapoff(8) losetup(8) mount(8) swapon(8)
Info files: none.
Other documents: /usr/doc/mount /usr/doc/mount/examples
Manual page search: amd(8) fdlist(1) fdmount(1) fdmountd(1) fdumount(1)
gitmount(1) mmount(1) mount(2) mount(8) mountd(8)
rpc.mountd(8) setup(2) showmount(8) smbmount(8) umount(2)
Alair Pereira do Lago <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.ime.usp.br/~alair>
Computer Science Department -- Universidade de S~ao Paulo -- Brazil
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